Newspaper Page Text
THE 1 JARRE DAILY TIMES. BARIilV VT SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1021.
It Costs Only Fie Cents a or $1.60 per month for helpful med ical treatment If you taks Hood's Sarsaparilla, known In thousands of homes as the test reconstruc tive tonic. For nearly half a cen tury this (?ood medicine has stood tn a class by Itself in curative pow r and economy. Hood's Sarsapa rilla gives more for the money than any oiner. 11 iuuco uv " WI1UI0 POni, v . ' ' promotes assimilation, so as to se cure for you 100 per cent, of the nutrition in your food. More than this, it purifies and en riches the blood, eliminates poison ous matter after diphtheria, scarlet and typhoid fevers, eradicates scrofula and catarrh, relieves rheu matism, overcomes that tired feel ing and makes the weak strong. PROTEST $50 . .FIGHT SEATS Hood's Sarsaparilla IS PECULIAR TO ITSELF IN EFFICIENCY AND ECONOMY.. LNfAVAL TUG LYKENS SENT TO HER AID Ke London. Conn., April 30.Unit- Ll States submarine 0-10 was aground Cff Montauk Point early to day. Cap- kain Frank D. Bereien, commandant ot the submarine base station here, sent Un her sssUtance the naval tug Lykens, Jbut the tug was held up near New Lon don by heavy fog. BIG MILK PLANT OPENS. 11. S. 0-10 GETS INTO TROUBLE Submarine Went Aground Off Montauk Point To-day But the Tug Was Held Up Near New .London By Heavy Fog eczema o CUTICURA FACE EALED Spread On Hands. Itched andCaased Disfigurement "When I was six years old I had Miemt on mv face and it spread on my nanas. i opoi woum break out and then a hard r scale formed. It itched so that it nttm caused sleeo- i, disfigurement. r ; ' I law in anvrrtiMmem for Cuticura Soap and Ointment and sent for a sample. I bought more and when I had used three cakes of Soap and one box of Ointment I was healed." (Signed) Miss Alice G. Fruin, Lyonsdale, N. Y. Improve your skin by dally use of Cuticura soap.Vimmeni ana i aicum. Sc frit T M!I A iArM- "0tler tab. r.t.rl.1. DJ H. !!) . Hill " Soid amy. whore. SoapJic. OiBMrallBKIK IJMCr cuticura aop mwtm whbow National Boxing Associa tion Opposes Charge for Big Bout WOULD EXPEL - NEW JERSEY Located Near Bra ttleboro About 10,- 000 Quarts a Day. ntl-Wn. Anril 30. To-day was the opening day of tlie milk plant of the Windham County Cooperative Milk Producers, Inc., which is locaica on u so-called Bradley farm on the main road leading out ot tfrattienoro on me north toward Putney, less than a mile from the nostoffice. About 10,000 quarts were received, and it is expect ed that the amount will increase pres ently. A carload of milk win d shipped daily to Springfield, Mass., and ftr .Tune 1 arrancements will be mads for selling at wholesale to ped dlers, drug stores, ice cream pariors and other large users. Wavland P. Frost, who recently re signed as Windham county agricul tural agent, is the manager, and C. A. Nichols of Irasburg, wno nas naa charge of a creamery in Irasburg two vears and for 15 years before that was buttermaker at the Xewfane creamery, is creamery superintendent. The ilana, building and equipment represent an expenditure of about $S0, 000, but enough standing timber on the land was sold to offset the price paid f,.- farm Tim fnn!tnl stock is $50,- 000, of which $30,000 has been sold. Fred L. Parmelee of Putney, represen tative in the last session of the legis lature, is president of the association, which had 115 members. Work on the building was begun last August. It is two and a half stories tall, built of cement brick, and the di mensions are 00 by 60 feet. A 4,000 gallon tank in the upper part is sup plied with cold water for cooling pur poses from an artesian well. The West River branch of the Central Vermont railroad passes the plant. The surplus milk is to be separated and the cream made into butter in a churn of 700 pounds capacity. The patrons come from both sides of the Connecticut river and from up the West river val ley. Sticking Close to Her Work. Her friend What is your favorite part of the Bible! Telephone girl The Book of Num bers. Boston Transcript. If That Trice Is Fixed for the Dempsey-Carpentier Fight , ' Milwaukee, Wis., April 30 New Jer sey will be expelled from the National Boxing association if its boxing com mission permits Tex Rickard to charge $50 for ringside seats at the Dempsey Carpentier championship tight on July 2, it was announced last night by Wal ter Ligginger, president of the Nation al association. One of the rules passed at the Jan uary organization meeting of the as sociation in New Jersey was that $15 would be the top price for any ring battle. "No official word has come to our office relative to the matter, said Lig inger, "and I have wired the commis sion asking for information on this point." "When the association was formed ;t nmu tin, tranoral nnininn that no u " -r-.- - championship match was worth more than $15 to a spectator, and this opin ion ti.j nlmraH hv f lip Kpw JrseT board. It was agreed that outrageoiis prices for a boxing matrn lenoea to n, y,ai BTirtrf m tii-h nn a commer cial basis, which was one thing the commission refuses to rescind n per mU fn Pw.Larr nr Tiprsiifldfl him to change his scale of prices, there will be nothing left to do out expeu mo state from the association. "Ttioaa l,u-4 warA made to be en forced. The big bout is not being held in New York because Governor Miller, scenting the danger of commercialism, long ago put his toot flown on rancy ringside prices so the scene was shift ed to New Jersey. Jn union there is strength, and if New Jersey will stand by the laws and rules it promised to unhnM tha rkamninnxhin bnxincr match admission prices will be whittled down to a figure where a man oi moneram means can enjoy the spectacle as well as those who consider money no ob ject." RARIDEN SIGNS UP. A Maternal Suggestion. . A German mother taking her son to school said to the teacher, "Leedle Fritry he is delipate and so, if he is bad und he vill be budt sometimes inost lick der boy next to him and dot vill frighten him." Boston Transcript. After Having Declared He Was Through with Baseball Cincinnati, April 30. Catcher Bill Rariden has sent his signed contract to the Cincinnati baseball club and lias applied to Commissioner K. M. Landis for reinstatement. Last fall at the end of the season Rariden announced that he was through with baseball and would devote his time in the future to his farm. Manager Moran is expected to use Rariden as a coach for young pitchers and 'as a pinch hitter. 3 H)R IT on JS y S fl r.Km V y JL 6" rSK us for a ride in the new Buick. Let us demonstrate its power; how simple it is to handle; how handy and comfortable. Learn how easily you can drain radiator and crank-case and reach the batteries. Greater roominess and beautiful new lines will appeal to your comfort and pride. Buick utility is made constant by Author ized Buick Service. . Since January , regular equipment on all models includes Cord Tires Mm H. G. BENNETT Barre, Vt WHEN BETTER. AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT. BUICK WILL BUILD THEM NEARLY KILLED BHD Restored Ta Vigorous Health By "FRUHVA-TIVES" CHAS. r. HARTWELL South Royalton, Vermont. "About three years ago I began to Buffer with Indigestion. Food soured in my stomach, causing me to belch ; and I had terrible) heart burn, with pains la my chest and arms. My heart became afTectcd ; I had short ness of breath; the action of my kidneys was Irregrular, the secretions scanty and scalding. I was knocked out, and good for nothing, when I read about Truit-a-tives'andsentforabox. I used a few and thought, 'well, they will turn out like all the other remedies I have tried' but to my surprise and gladness, I noticed improvement and I continued the use ot ruit-a-uves , (or Fruit Liver Tablets) with the result that a dozen boxes made ma feel like a different person". CIIAS. F. HARTWELL. 60c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c. At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIVE3 Limited, OGDENSBURG, N. Y. FRENCH TEAM IS WATCHED MORE COMPETEN T FOOTBALL OFFICIALS Proposed for Big Collegiate Matches to Be Played Next FalL Philadelphia, April 30. With gradu ate managers, coaches and athletic oih eialj representing a majority of the prominent collejrea of the country in attendance at the University of Penn sylvania relar carnival, the gathering afforded an opportunity for a series of important conferences in this city last night. Among tne organization which held meetings were the central board of foot hall officials, the advisory committee of the Intercollegiate Asso ciation of Amateur Athletes of Amer ica and the Track Coaches Association of America. The question of appointing officials for the big intercollegiate football games of neit fall was the principal discussion at the patherinjfs of the cen tral board of football officials. It was proposed that the board arbitrarily ap point the officials in the future but this was considered rather a radical step and it was decided to follow the plan of having the college involved confer and suggest the officials desired for at least another year. The matter of developing more com petent football oflicials was also brought up and a committee of five coaches was appointed to report on such a proposition at the Tcrt meeting, which will be held in Xew York on June X At this meeting the list of officials for the big games will alo be offered. KILBANE HASN'T PROMISED. To Meet Danny Fruah in Feather weight Title Bout. Cleveland. April 30 lohnny Kilbane, f..-fl,.rriiTlit rhumnion. denied to-day that lie had promied to meet Danny Frush of Baltimore a muiar- con test. PETER HERMAN WON. In 15-Round Bout Over Frankie Day of New York. New Orleans. April 30. IVte Her man of this city was given the deci sion over Frankie Ily of New ork in a l.Vround bout here last night. The men are bantamweights. JTASIIiyGl ox Mrs. Macrtne Pradbury of Montpelier u in ti on business last Monday. Mrs. Fred (irant of Xew Jersey has arrived in town and expects to pcnd most of the summer here. Mr. (.rant left a few weeks ago on a businca trip to France and England, Mra. H. S. tuith has rented her place to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Whitney of Chelsea. Mr. Whitney Is to be our new stage driver aftT .Inly 1. Alex. Scott, who has been very seri ouMy ill for the past few day ith pneumonia, is thought to be more com fortable. (i. F-. Huntington wa quite arrlously injured one day last week, when the ludder on which he was standing while at work on F.. (J. Smith'a farm in aom way slipped and he was thrown to the ground, breaking three ribs and be ing badlv bruised. He is as comfortable as could be expected et thi writing Mrs. H. S. Smith was giwn a little surprise at the ball last week Thurs day night. It wa given so Mrs. r-mitb might be able to meet more of h-r friend on fcer stay in town. Light re freshment were rved anJ dancing was enjoyed by all. Mrs. iSmith re turned U't Friday morning to her home in Fitchburg, Mass Mr. Iudl-y of Randolph, county rosd comrsjix'ioner, was in fn la-t week and re apointed Charles Hull to bare the rad trol on the stage road from Oe!r line to the Barre Town line. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Blake of Cor inth visited at E. F. Bohonone to &av lat Sirs. Jane Hi'ey has purchased rf C. W. Huntington his bou-. formerly onrAipied bv his 'in. F. L. Huntington, and morel there this week. The OJi Fellows of this town were invited to Barre Thursday Hiht t attend a meeting of the kxV there. A g.wl'y number attended. Xeit .urday mrmr.g in the I'niver alit' church 'in W"a-hir.gton. the pas tor, P.ev. C. A. Siromoij. will rre-h a eVnnoji up- tie a-ubject. "tl'inr.mg Sivton." A g"J attendance is de s red. Sunday hIrkjI at noon. In the One-Mile Relay Championship at Philadelphia FINAL DAY'S SPORT , ATTRACTS CROWD The Best of College Ath letes Were Represented in Carnival Philadelphia, April 30. The cream of American college athletes met to day in the various events on the final day's program of the University of Pennsylvania's 27th annual relay car nival. Xearly'all the leading colleges and univerritise in the country were represented in one or more of the 49 events of the track and field. Lovers of sport did not heed the ut terance of the weather bureau. Thcj came hoping for sunshine, but ready to sit through a drizle worse than yes terday's for the thrills promised. Early in the day it was cloudy and cooL Giving the meet an international at mosphere, the team representing the combined universities of France was entered in the one-mile college relay chamnionship. It was expected that Captain Delvart, who was unable to compete with his team in the sprint, would he able to take part in to-day's race, cue of the features of the long program. Fifteen American institutions whose teams include some of the fastest men in eoUege, were entered in the one-mile event, including Cornell and Harvard. I i H A MOTHER'S EXPERIENCE Weat Buxton (Me.l Read of Mra. Arthur Campbell's painful experience. "I am a mother of five children. My littk.' girl two years old was so sick with fever nhe lav iust as if she were dead for two weeks. I started giving her Dr. I roe s j-.iixir ami sne Degan xo gain at once. Now 1 would not be without it. I feel very grateful to you." No doubt this child had some stom ach trouble due to worms. Scores of children have worms and their moth ers don't know the trouble. Common symptoms of worms: De ranged stomach, swollen upper lip, ir atnmuih. ntfrnsive breath, itching of the. nose and rectum, dry cough,! grinding of the teetri. Utile rea points on the tongue, slow fever. Dr. True's Llixir haa been faithful in its duties a a family laxative and Worm Expeller since 1851. Adv. WE can furnish you with parti and equipment as well as give you the benefit of expert mechanical serv ices. The policy of thia establish ment is not to turn a job out until the man who pays the bill is satia tied with our results. A. M. FLANDERS 207 North Main St. Barre, Vt. ! If IAUUHT UUIPUI LBU'P1AII"1 "' Electric lotors for Sale USED MOTORS One 75 II P. 900 R. P. M. 2200 Volt General Electric One So II. P. 900 R. P. M. 220 volt General Electric One 30 II. P. 900 220 volt Type C, Westinphouse One 15 II. P. 900 R. P. M. 220 volt slip ring Westinghouse One 4 II. P. 1800 R. P. M. 220 volt Western Electric NEW MOTORS One 5 H. P. 1800 R. P. M. 220 volt Ball Bearing One 3 H. P. 1800 R. P. M. 220 volt Ball Bearing Larue list General Electric or Western Electric Motors in Boston stock. Get our price on your motor installed, wired and ready to run. The Cushman Co. Barre, Vt. Office Thonc 203-R Shop Thonc 203-W Saturday Night- ow About Sunday! The right way to spend Sunday is to feel satisfied with yourself on that day - If vou are not fully provided with' the clothing you need, then the day is far from satisfactory. " - Now, on this Saturday night, buy the needed things of wear, get in to them on Sunday and see how much better you will feel throughout the day. And there isn't a thing that men, youths and boys wear that isn't here in iarge and varied quantities fronv which to select. Fix yourself at this store for a hap py Sunday. Open Monday Evening as Uusual. Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers, 122 North Main St. Tel. 275-M. Yire Building V Without oKimping " When we visited the Brunswick Tire factory, in our search for a proper offering for critical motor ists, we were impressed with the over -caution displayed to assure perfection. Yet this is a part of Brunswick ideals, and you would be equally, impressed. You would insist on The Brunswick if you were as familiar as we are with its making. mi TH HCK FEED The best by test. Used and recom- y mended by leading pouitrjr Keepers I V.-..-Vinf T1 n rrl i n H Tf will Ull UUIlUUk uiifjiuiiu. v ..... grow chicks faster with less mortality than anv feed on the market when sed in connection with Wirthmore Buttermilk Chick Feed. (a mmcw TIKES We investigated dozens of tires, we tested them and obtained records from others. And among them all The Brunswick won. And that is why we chose it. If you seek the utmost for your monev. we invite i; 4 you to become bet- ter acquainieu wun The tsrunswiCK and our services. - We are ever anxious to point out Brunswick su periorities. . i J. J. HASTINGS 371 North Main, Barae, Vt. . Lin t R. L. ClarK Owe Opacity Only- Insure Your Automobile In the Employers Liability Assurance Corporation THE ORIGINATORS OF LI Alii LIT Y INSURANCE Why not protect your own car apainst damages done b the other felloV, v ho may not be responsible, as well as aain?t collisions of any kind. We w-rite this class of insurance In connection with the Liabili ty and Trorerty Damage policy. F.e sure and get our rates Lefore placing your au tomobile insurance. Write, telephone or call at the office. Drew & Lynde, Agents Telephone 22-W Room 5 Holland IlTdff. KM